Felixstowe Lions Car Boot Sale

The car boot sale is due to close for the season in October.

Give them a call to double check if the sale is going ahead (possibly Saturday 4th April, 2020).


Unconfirmed season end date. Please contact the organiser directly for more information and to find out when it will be held.

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A little bit more about the Car Boot Sale :

The Felixstowe Lions Outdoor Boot Sale usually takes place every Saturday. From April through to October. Sellers should arrive at 7.30am, and buying begins from 8.00am.

Additional Information :

Maximum pitch size 2 standard tables. Sellers £6. Registered charities £3.


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Felixstowe Lions Car Boot Sale Contact Details

  • Contact Person: [not provided]
  • Organisation: Lions Club of Felixstowe
  • Address: Pier Plaza, Undercliff Road West, Felixstowe, Suffolk.
  • Postcode: IP11 2AE
  • Phone: [not provided]



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Graham Goldsmith

Would like to bring our charity stall to your car boot Easter saturday April 11th. Will you have started by then? Kindest regards Graham

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Graham Goldsmith

We are interested bringing our charity stall to the Car boot on Easter Saturday April 11th 2020. Are you likely to have started by then. Kindest regards Graham


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